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and >> reporter: a new yorker is one of the new jen is vimeo. for him this is the first step for becoming a director. usin next project. he is hoping attention of an get his film video maker ces. outh korea rain and strong ht. yes, we are still dealing with a tropical storm here. it is currently conti the good news is vy rain is coming down it's not going to be moving stern rain. you can see here in the next hours anything from 100 up china. you'll also notice western japan is getting a lot of apan and bringing in those rain clouds. so unfortunately, significant brought extensive flooding to r tropical storm system this one
. rhymes got a base hit to center. that wasn't especially hard hit. probably desmond jennings' single was the hardest-hit. >> tim: i think so, uh-huh. >> dick: count goes to 3-1 to keppinger with jennings on deck, top of the order for the rays. >> dick: hypothetical uniforms being worn. the headline says, rays go back to a time that never was. they weren't in existence back then, so they had to make this up. shot to left field. it's deep, going back, looking up, gone! keppinger with a home run. the first run of the games breaking up the shutout. keppinger's third home run of the year, his 13th run bat in. it's a 4-1 game. >> tim: it looked like he was looking for the fastball up and in. a lot of guys don't usually do that with the two-strike count. it's too dangerous. he got all of that one with that unusual batting stance, open stance, feet together. he uncoils. hit that one a ton. >> dick: keppinger came off the dl last saturday against the phillies and had a career high-five hits in his first game back. there's the bunt by jennings. the flip to first just in time! crowd not happy w
martin, roan jen, kargen jen. >> i'm wiley adams. i live a block away from the project site. i have been involved with this project since day one. i wanted to reiterate some of the messages that have already been shared about the height and bulk. i'm somewhat concerned that the conversation has been distorted from a 40-foot by right to a 65-foot by right. there is still a requirement to be necessary and desirable, but at no point have we heard a valid, any argument as to why the 65-plus-foot building should meet these exceptions. this building the planner has talked about the appearance of setbacks. i don't understand why we can't have actual setbacks. the buildings on either side are three feet over garages. we have talked add news yum about the context of this neighborhood, the other buildings. this will be a massive building on a blank lot, square lot, yet there are a number of c.u.'s and variances being requested. i don't understand the justification for it. as has already been stated, we successfully negotiate aid project on polk street, another large lot, a five life story building
at that point. >> her liver was failing, so she came to us in what we call full liver failure. >> jen came in in dire straits, so this was an absolutely critical situation where she was rapidly progressing towards death before our eyes. >> i've never been in the e.r. beforehand, which is probably a good thing because i think i was in a lot of pain. >> i broke down as soon as i saw her. that was the worst feeling. so when she was in front of me physically and i could see her in this condition, that was fall. >> we listed her for a liver -- awful. >> we listed her for a liver transplant and called around and there were no donors immediately available. >> he gave his liver. >> he wanted to do it immediately like let's go. i want to do it now. >> they put us through a rigorous screening process to make sure you're going to be pretty much the say as you were before the surgery and i put my faith in their hands and it really wasn't about that. it was just fix jen. we don't have much time. she only has a few hours to live. >> i think we were in a desperate situation where we didn't have any other
this november. jennifer franciotti is live in the newsroom with the fight over the legislation. jen? >> good morning. on thursday, delegate pat mcdonough kicked off a statewide tour, working to defeat tuition for illegal immigrants. freeman hrabowski says he does see a benefit for all students. students who pay maryland taxes will be charged in-state tuition rates. delegate pat mcdonough says it's a bad move. >> it's going to cost hundreds of millions of dollars in about three or four years. frankly, we don't have that money. number two, they're going to displace a lot of young people taking slots that they don't deserve because they're not here legally. >> but supporters of the dream act say it will pay off in the long run, and we're going to have more on that coming up live at 5:30. >> thank you, jen. police arrest a man after he leads police on a pursuit from baltimore city into anne arundel county. police tried to stop 26-year-old darryl watson jr. for a seat belt violation on druid hill avenue yesterday evening. but he took off, leading police on a pursuit to the edge of baltimore city,
to put watergate behind me. [ laughter ] >> and then about six months ago, my friend jen chin from the university press of kansas told me it a new book they were publishing. a new book about watergate. written by an author who would even be willing to come to kansas city on the 40th anniversary of the world's most famous third rate burglary. [ laughter ] >> which plus about 24 hours is essentially what today is. even better, it was a book that would address one of the least satisfying aspects of the whole watergate saga, namely the motivation of that shadowy source codenamed deep throat who only became known to the world at large in 2005 when mark felt, once the number-two man at the fbi, revealed that he was the guy who hung around parking garages with bob woodward. so once an addict, always an addict. [ laughter ] >> jen gave me "leak: why mark felt became deep throat" by max holland on a friday afternoon. i started reading it on the bus on my way home. it took me only moments to get hooked. i mainlined it the rest of the weekend. [ laughter ] >> leak, if you haven't picked up my
director with the republican national committee. jen, not for nothing. f-bombs here and there. i have been known to use the word. my daughter had a problem with it. she's 12 and said if she used it she'd get in trouble. is it right for the president to put the stavmp of approval on that? but you seem excited as democrats do about what happened last week. 18 months of divisive ps and a lot of political capital, a rout in the house for democrats. spawning the tea party. now it's not just 18 months. it's now three and a half years. you finally hear it's constitutional. you've got unemployment above 8% for this entire presidency. this is something to celebrate that we are still talking about health care reform and saying it's constitutional. >> joe, look. for decades, millions of people have gone without health insurance. the costs of health care have been rising for decades a as well. yes, it's been a long road. everybody's happy that now three branches of government have agreed it's constitutional. we can move forward with implementation and that's what we want to focus on. >> you know it's
. and what did jens moller say...."wow." just about every 5 seconds he said it... "wow." until the wave hit. (nats of wave hitting)the boat was sideways toward the glacier and when jens' uncle saw the wave coming he gunned it out of there. "wow." no one australian tourist they were taking sightseeing."wow." and lest you think the only language jens speaks is "wow"..."i've never been this close to dying. i've never been this close to dying before.""the thing that seemed to impress people was the way the shooter held the camera steady and stayed focused, instead of ducking and covering."but jens says that's only because he was looking in his viewfinder."you know the screen is pretty small. and on the screen the waves looked really, really, really small." jens, a 23-year old mechanical engineering student, said the ice was cracking for about 4 minutes before the collapse. and for some reason..."none of us was actually scared."the boat wasn't damaged until later, when they hit a piece of ice underwater on their way home that damaged the steering. a relative had to come retrieve them. no
provide many years of growth. that's what gilead, am jen and sell ya was giving you. finished at 52-week high for am jen products that can work in cases were others failed. doesn't hurt the core business is on fire. many people believe the best compound for hep c. people wrote this company off, but confident the franchise remains intact and thriving and number of initiatives sell gene has could lead to earnings outside. it is an inexpensive stock with many years of growth. i said that even after the stock went over $3. you know i like dividends, don't like expensive stocks. if anything, one particular drug prospect goes awry, but the three old biotech companies proved themselves time and time again, while they aren't for the feint of heart, you can get long-term growth that you can't get from a merck or pfizer or abbott labs. these companies are the risk taker, not afraid to make mistakes, innovate relentlessly, spend fortunes developing new drugs and remind me how the old-line pharmas used to be in the prepatent years. if that's not a big money to give gilead, am jen and celine a look,
was failing so she came to us, in what we call liver failure. >> jen came in in dire states, absolutely critical she was rapidly progressing before her family's eyes. >> i have no recollection 06 being in the er -- of being in the er beforehand >> i went in and broke down as soon as i saw her that was the worst feeling, so when she was in front of me physically and i could see her in this condition that was awful. >> we listed her for a liver transplant, called around and there were no donors immediately available. >> rob donated. >> he wanted to do it let's go i want to do it now. >> really rigorous screening process to make sure, when this whole procedure is finished with you will be pretty much the same as you were before the surgery and i put my faith in their hands and it wasn't about that it was just fix jen we don't have much time she only has a few hours left to live we can deal with that later. >> we were in a desperate situation we didn't have any otherrologists to save her life. >> -- other options to save her life. >> that touches us to see her recover and see him save her
you on the ticket voters still tossed out the democrats under william jennings bryan and broaden william mckinley. so he representative -- he is the only two-time one-term presidents ira street. so my question is, how on the world, if you think that voters are not totally stupid, helen the world can he considered number eight? i didn't think he should be down there in 27, but eight seemed a little rich. so let's look at it. his first defeat in 1888, he won the popular vote. he lost the electoral college. his first term was a decent but not exemplary chairman. the interstate commerce act was passed. and it was an important piece of legislation. interestingly cleave and it did not identify herself with that. he did not get credit for it. solid economic growth at the time. he curve to the abuses in civil war pension disability program. but he presided over extensive labor unrest during his time that led to a lot of demonstrations, riots, and deaths y'all lot of bloodshed, said defeat loss of lice, and some of in property damage. just like an intractable war the present american out
. >>> great stuff more of the tonight on game day. this guy a la michael jens will be on the show, and fallout from the ballpark vern glenn in both clubhouses this afternoon the tide seems to be turning in national league west. the dodgers have made a good move he heard the giants all weekend long the may be making more deals the trade deadline tuesday night. the giants may have to make a move. >>> more people jump on the a's bandwagon. that is it for eyewitness news 60 minutes next. goodnight. that is it for eyewitness news 60 mi[ male announcer ] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ like this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every step of the way. captioning funded by cbs and ford-- built for the road ahead. >> pelley: how long have you been living in this truck? >> about five months. >> pelley: this is the home of the metzger family-- ariel, 15, her
. jennings going for an unprecedented third straight gold in beach volleyball. keeping goats -- those hopes alive. the ravens will get to their first day to day and return to practice on monday. they may have to have him back on the field. he told us that he plans to report on monday. they put on full pads for the first time yesterday. they also had him the practice with a leg injury. they would not comment on how much time smith might miss. the first time at joe flacco has come as a father. he may have some explaining to do, however, with the wife about his comments about what makes this year's camp unique as a family man. >> you know, it was definitely different leaving home this time, having him around. usually you pack your bags and it is not that big of a deal. sorry to my wife. [laughter] even though when i left her it was not as big of a deal but both of them was different. >> just digging at all. the orioles wrap up their series with the oakland a's later today. they fell 3 1/2 games behind oakland with a 6-1 loss on saturday night. hunter, the strike -- the kind of string that will
to those who had been " born alive " jens holmes back in court tomorrow cameras will not be alive along with reading formal charges the judge will rule on potential new evidence and again quarter. >>> this weekend filled with funeral and memorials help for victims of the colorado shooting the suspect is scheduled to be formally charged monday friends and families of victims come to grips with what happened during >>> ya don't have time to think about what you're going to do all's we can do is react >>> a court document reveals that holmes was a patient of a psychiatrist before the attack. a request from the suspect that authorities hand over a package he sent to the doctor on grounds it is protected communication. the package was seized last week a prosecutor agrees with holmes is positioned >>> and the communication between the defendant and psychiatrist is absolutely protected which do not know at this point when the last time was he had communications with her widowed know the nature of the communication at this point those communications are protected. >>> psychologist weighed in on
isn't widespread but companies are eyeing it for the next jen operation products. it has a lot of advantages. it lets users share pictures and also could be a key developing mobile wallet technology the feature that allows users to use a smart phone as a credit card. there's one major roadblock for hackers. they have get close to your phone. typically within a few centimeters because it has short range. so keep a close eye on your phone. >>> bad news if you need to book a flight. air fare is hitting an all time high. the average price of a domestic ticket soared to $372 in 2012. among the to 100 airports, cincinnati passengers pay the highest fares on average. atlantic city is the lowest. >>> a home invasion and these guys know exactly what they were looking for. that story and much more coming up on abc2 news at 6:00 which starts right now. >>> take a look right now it. looks beautiful, but storms could be in the mix. >>> new developments tonight in the arrest of a
by picking a badge there. thanks for joining us for abc 7 news at 4:00. dan ashley and cheryl jennings are here now with abc 7 news at 5:00. >> thank you. diving into the heat around the bay what. pg&e is asking customers to do to keep power on. >> and there are temperatures topping 100 degrees in the bay area today. >> and there is a point out of abuse from the clipper cards. and there is a service to make sure riders pay their fair share. >> today smrks felt like they cannot drink enough water to stay cool this, is the scene in union square. >> there are temperatures so high inland, pg&e asked people to conserve power, good evening, i'm cheryl jennings. >> looks nice out on the water. there is more on how people are beating the heat. >>y haw. it's 5:00 in the evening and temperatures here is 100 degrees. and according to one produce yir, the high set on july 14th, 1972. 115 degrees. in walnut creek, the temperatures hid 97 degrees and it's a no brainer. a local pool, calls. >> this is hot and your feet start to burn. >> there are free slumpies part of their 85th anniversary celebrati
of the hall of fame. >> jen steck has the story. >>> carl kissner took a step back in time as he was cleaning out the old house that his aunt and grandparents once lived in. digging through boxes of hats, dresses and knickknacks from the 1920s and 1930s, decades of his family's history and memories untouched for years. but it was a small, plain box covered in soot and under a dollhouse that caught his attention. >> we started looking and going well, they got to be baseball cards because that's cy young and there's wagner and there's ty cobb and evers and chance. you named five hall of famers right there. we're going okay, they're either worth nothing or worth something. >> a self-described baseball fan but not a card collector, karl did some research and realized what he had. he contacted heritage auctions out of dallas, texas to come in and authenticate the collection. >> when they called us up and said, carl, this is one of the most significant finds of baseball cards ever, i was like, no, it's just baseball cards. no. in this particular series, in this particular card, in this condition, s
now with dan ashley ask cheryl jennings. >> if you just kept hearing it. bam. bam. bam. >> just trying to think... how i was going to get my kids out of there. >> theater goers describe fear they felt as a gunman burst into the midnight showing z 12 people died in the shooting and 59 were injured. and police say the gunman is james holmes a 24-year-old phd student. they say he burst into the movie with tear gas and hair painted red he told police he was the joker when arrested. a motive is still unclear. and he holmes is refusing to cooperate with police. the mother heard of the role, she reportedly said, quote, you have the right person. >> the shooting took place 20 miles from the school massacre in 1999. that was a deadliest shooting in colorado's history until today. good evening, i'm cheryl jennings. >> i'm dan ashley. >> there is team coverage and we want to begin at the scene in aurora, colorado. abc 7 news is on scene. >> this screams and terror inside of the premier weren't a reaction to action onscreen but from bullets fired by a rampaging gunman. >> you just kept hearing it.
-treanor and kerri walsh jennings. that's later in the show. >>> plus, herman cain continues his arc on the daily show, the one where he pretend to be the president of the united states. we'll show you that clip a little bit later. as always, i want to know what you're doing up at this hour back home. e-mail me or tweet me and let me know what you're doing up at this hour. >>> we begin with the news. police say the suspect in the colorado shooting massacre has led investigators to what could be a major piece of evidence in the case. nbc news has learned the alleged gunman sent a package to the university of colorado's medical center prior to the attack. the suspect recently had dropped out of that school's neuroscience program. according to law enforcement officials, the package contained writings about "killing people." police recovered it on monday after responding to a tip from the suspect himself. the package apparently was addressed to a professor. still unclear how long it had been in the mail room. >>> meanwhile, a memorial service was held yesterday for one of the 12 people killed in that
communications director. jen, great to see you off the road. you're back on the road going to iowa tomorrow. >> yes. i have cooled down since the trip. >> but let's talk first about this fund-raising disparity. the romney team, not just the campaign, but all the other groups as well, are certainly outdistancing your team, and there's no hamptons big money raising this summer so far, at least, for the president's campaign. you're letting the republicans do that as they did decidedly yesterday. >> well, this was our best month to date. we have known as chris referenced that we would be outraised throughout this process. there was good news and notes for us in there, including 700,000 new donors. that makes us up to 2.4 million donors we have out there today and 98% of the donations were from people giving less than $250, you know, total. so that means those are people ready to volunteer, they want to be part of this. they want to be engaged. we know this campaign is going to be about who can run the best neighbor-to-neighbor grassroots kind of campaign. that's what we're focused on. i will al
of the gymnastics that mitt romney has?x!een doing. i want to bring in jen saukee live from ohio. >> thanks for having me! >> you've been traveling with the president as the traveling press secretary. >> i am. >> what do you think of what we were just discussing, which was whether this speech today was moving really past health care, which obviously has been a big subject after the supreme court upheld large parts of the affordable care act, or was this really about the economy and a new chapter in the campaign? >> well, first i'll say this is such an excited crowd here. you know, they're screaming, they're yelling, they're so excited to see the president, so it's great to be back on the trail. in terms of how the president talked about health care, you heard it in his speech. to him, it's an issue of preserving the economic security for the middle class. he sees it just like he sees education, just like he sees tax cuts for middle class families, as a key issue that we need to continue to fight for. of course, he's going to talk about it in the way normal people understand, because the deb
number 2433 safely on the ground now. thank you vicki. >> you're welcome. >>> i'm cheryl jennings. >>> and i'm kristen sze. a man is being questioned in a huge overnight fire in san francisco. investigators are trying to determine if anyone may have been left inside and whether it was arson. >> amy hollyfield has been at that scene all morning. >> reporter: i just learned one more person has been taken into custody, a woman just came back to this home looking for her cat she claimed to have lived here, no one was living here so police took her into custody. it appears there were two, maybe three squatters in this home which you can see is now destroyed. when san francisco firefighters saw this fire on boutwell street at 3:00 this morning, they were immediately suspicious. the fire had already reached four homes and one home was burning from top to bottom. >> normally, you wouldn't expect that volume of fire unless it was something out of the ordinary. >> reporter: the 22 people living inside three of the burning hopes barely had time to grab anything. >> fire was shooting out the
in different parts of the country trading verbal attacks. jen jer johnson has more from washington. >> reporter: out of washington and the key battleground state of ohio, president obama held a town hall meeting accusing mitt romney to cut taxes for the wealthy and outsource jobs. >> we don't need a president who plans to ship more jobs overseas. i want to give incentives to companies who are investing in you, the american people, to create american jobs, making american goods. >> reporter: romney attended a fund-raiser in louisiana. the issue of tax curbs won't go away. some conservatives are encouraging romney to just do it. others say to just focus on the struggling economy. >> americans aren't concerned about mitt romney's tax returns. they're concerned about their tax returns and the new taxes that obama is putting on the american people. >> reporter: romney is pushing the same message in this latest ad. 23 million are strulgling for work as unemployment sticks to 8.2%. the obama campaign is not letting romney off the hook regarding bain capital. he was the sold owner and o prior to 2002.
morning i'm kristen sze. cheryl jennings is off. rebecca he has the latest from colorado now. -- >> reporter: shooting suspect james holmes sat quietly in a colorado courtroom today, appearing dazed. >> you have a right to a jury trial. >> reporter: unshaven and with his hair dyed sat silently. the prosecutor said she's considering the death penalty. >> victims will be impacted by that decision so they will want to have and we will want their input. >> reporter: the 20 -- the 24-year-old is accused of killing 12 and injuring 58 after firing a hail of bullets during the midnight premiere of a batman sequel. investigators combing through his apartment tell abc news they found a computer and move evidence of a batman obsession including a poster and mask. they described the space as a bomb factory and death trap. >> this apartment was designed to kill whoever entered it. >> reporter: police found 30 potential bombs with a control panel. scores of bullets. 10 gallons of gasoline. after dropping out of his doctoral program last month he an mind online to joan a colorado gun range.
at union chapel between men walk road. jennings chapel in florence, that remains closed for a downed tree. this the west side of the beltway at baltimore national pike. 83 and york road, harrisburg expressway. >> we had some thunderstorms go through again last night, but they are moving off the coast, and the rest of the day should be fairly quiet. the dew points are in the low- to-mid-60's. that will make it feel a little bit better. high temperatures in the low 90s ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] virtual wallet can help you be that person who's good with money. see what's free to spend. move money with a slide. save with a shake. feel good about your decisions. who could forget that in 2005. tom cruise jumped for joy over his relationship with katie holmes. now after five years of marriage, holmes has filed for divorce. she's reportedly got some help from her father, who is an attorney. natalie morales, willie geist, new details on the tomkat split. >>> giuliana rancic will join us to share the latest on her baby news and other big stories making headlines in hollywood. >>> u.s. women's
cities. cheryl jennings emceed the event and in memory of this woman, an avid musician who was killed in her home 18 years ago. >> we are doing this in memory of jenny. we are also doing this to remind the public that jenny's murder is still not solved. >> carolyn: there is a $100,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in this murder. the foundation was created to promote child safety and music education. >> dan: stanford doctors have saved a bay area's woman's life. they transplanted a portion of a liver and regenerated into a full size organ. she was low on the list for transplant so they used a piece of her sister's liver. distribution now consider it a success after the liver fully regenerated. >> carolyn: that is remarkable. let's check in with what the weekend forecast. >> spencer christian is in tonight. >> the weekend is looking good. this evening looks good, as well. on the east bay hills, fog rolling in from the coastline. it continues to do so. live doppler 7-hd and hint of some of the fog near the coast beginning to push locally across the bay. these are current t
at the new stadium. good morning i'm cheryl jennings. >>> i'm eric thomas in for kristen sze. sue thompson is live in santa clara at the new site. >> reporter: work crews are on pace. a lot of things are happening this morning at what will be the new stadium for the san francisco 49ers. take a look at what is happening. there are a lot of beams that started going in this morning. it is a critical day for crews. also a milestone for what's ahead. as the first steel beams go in, the new stadium is now taking shape and fast. >> this is very exciting. in the life of a project, this is a big deal. >> reporter: a big deal because crews will work around the clock building the steel frame of the stadium, piece by bees. four cranes, 300 workers, 18,000 tons of steel. some beams weighing in at 36,000 pounds. >> this is the first kind of manifestation of a project coming to fruition coming out of the ground. >> reporter: before today much of the work in the pit was to put in underground utilities. foundation elements and a retaining wall. crews say by labor day you will see a full skeleton what is to
'm cheryl jennings. >>> and i'm kristen sze. here's what it looks like now. you are looking at i-80 in san francisco skyway to the bay bridge approach. traffic is finally flowing smoothly after many, many hours of pain. we have live team coverage. frances dinglasan is monitoring the traffic situation. katie marzullo is in san francisco with commuter frustration. >> terry mcsweeney has been at the scene since 4:00 this morning. >> reporter: this has been the place to be here you have the s-curves, eastbound lanes of the bay bridge right around here is where they had high speed chase, shooting and tens of thousands of drivers had to crawl along at less than one mile per hour. c -- c the chp says this vehicle raced across the at 100 miles an hour officers saw the driver lose control bounce off the barriers and end up on the other side of the vehicle. when they approached the vehicle they saw a gun in the man's hand. >> there was a shooting the vehicle traveled another 700 feet down the freeway and became disabled. both occupants were detained. >> reporter: chp officer opened fire those are bu
>>> good morning, i'm kristen sze. >> i'm cheryl jennings. we are under a spare-the-air alert as temperatures are rising. >> live look outside from vollmr camera and you can see a layer of brown smog hang ought horizon. >> meteorologist mike nicco is here with the latest. >> i thought we would start with our current temperatures. 82 in fairfield, well on our way to over hundred there and many parts of the east bay valleys. right knew in the 50s and very comfortable along the coast in san francisco where the clouds are just now being back. temperatures in the mid to upper 50s so now is the great time to get out. you see the hundreds in east bay valleys. clearlake and cloverdale and ukiah, a lot of 90s in the north bay and we'll hit the low 80s around oakland and san mateo. head to the coast, 65. poorest air quality will be the east valleys in the south bay today, but all of us are under the spare the air. >>> hot weather has firefighters in san jose on high alert. especially after a series of suspicious fires that began last night near a popular park. latest broke out this morn
captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> good morning i'm cheryl jennings. >>> i'm eric thomas. k. has the day off. >>> oakland lice under fire. >> the oakland police force moved closer to a federal takeover even though reforms were order 10 years ago. the problems include officer-involved shootings and racist insults on a police bulletin board. terry mcsweeney joins us from oakland. the federal monitor talked about the occupy protests. >> reporter: yeah there's a lot in this report, past and present. going forward according to the court appointed monitor oakland pd appears stagnant in its efforts to make reforms and there's evidence perhaps it is going backwards in those everses. take a look at some of the pictures that -- that prplted this report from the court appointed monitor. he says oakland police department's deal with the occupy demonstration show poor police response. he also points at the response to officer-involved shootings as raising greater concerns about the department's ability to change. also troubling says the report an incident at the oakland police
in the jenny lynn participated in the concert. they represent 50 schools in 13 cities. cheryl jennings emceed the event and in memory of this woman, an avid musician who was killed in her home 18 years ago. >> we are doing this in memory of jenny. we are also doing this to remind the public that jenny's murder is still not solved. >> carolyn: there is a $100,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in this murder. the foundation was created to promote child safety and music education. >> dan: stanford doctors have saved a bay area's woman's life. they transplanted a portion of a liver and regenerated into a full size organ. she was low on the list for transplant so they used a piece of her sister's liver. distribution now consider it a success after the liver fully regenerated. >> carolyn: that is remarkable. let's check in with what the weekend forecast. >> spencer christian is in tonight. >> the weekend is looking good. this evening looks good, as well. on the east bay hills, fog rolling in from the coastline. it continues to do so. live doppler 7-hd and hint of some of the fog near
to protect that politics. we have not seen a jens -- yet. i imagine if there were different people here -- >> you have to remember that, it is what audrey said, it is more in line with running the meetings. in terms of what happens here, i would like to think we all work together, not dividing into -- i think there was some of that originally in the commission, as you alluded to. i saw some of that. i think it has dissipated. we all work together for a common goal. we all have one vote. it does not really matter who is the president. he cannot control something that other people don't want. >> in addition, everyone can be nominated. it is a majority vote. we all get to vote. anyone can be nominated. in the case of keeping the sectors in place, if an entertainment commissioner was someone representing entertainment was the president, then another entertainment commissioner could not be nominated because that sector was taken. that other person might be incredibly qualified and could not run. i just think that is a bad reason to disqualify someone. >> i think if we're going to look that,
jennings. >> a crash killed a 17-year-old boy in petaluma a little after midnight. >> katie marzullo joins us with what is happening now. >> reporter: the suspect is in custody being interviewed here at the office in roanoke park identified as michael harmon. the other driver 17-year-old was kill in the crash. take a look at the scene this was around midnight at lakeville highway near old lakeville road number one. chp says the teenager was driving the red pick-up truck north when the southbound driver of the white truck swerve out his lane, the trucks collided and the teenager was killed. the other driver michael harmon left the scene. i want to a chp officer joining us live. you have your man. >> we do. this morning we put out mr. hard man owes name as a person of interest because he was registered own of the truck. the description matched the description. witnesses and he must have gotten word word of this because he contacted our office. >> reporter: there was take he might be injured? >> he does not appear to be injured no indication in the vehicle that he suffered any injuries. >> re
'm kristen sze. >>> and i'm cheryl jennings. right now police are searching for two suspects while the girl talks about how to keep other children safe. >> reporter: it is almost unimagine able what can happen in only 15 minutes -- in this fremont neighborhood, a 12-year-old girl home alone during a break-in. she handled it like a hero her dad did ask us to conceal her identity for her safety. monday afternoon the family was going about business as usual. dad left to take his older daughter to school. 12-year-old tanya stayed home alone. within minutes people were banging on the door. >> the phone was on the desk so i quickly grabbed it and rushed to the closet. i called my mom asking her what to do. she said call 911 one as fast as possible. >> reporter: minutes later burglars were in the house. >> one said nice loudly, as if they found what they were looking for. one came into my room and i got so scared and then he opened one of my drawers and then he left. i had a feeling they heard me whispering because i told the person on the phone that i see him in my room. i was very scared cuz, ye
'm cheryl jennings. >>> and i'm kristen sze. we'll have more on that story in a moment. right now this story a rowdy and bizarre protest -- we are going right to vic lee at the scene of that shooting. >> reporter: shooting san which is the corner of davis and washington behind me at the embarcadero just moments ago an ambulance carted away a man who had been shot by an officer on that corner. police tell me the man rushed the officer with a knife and that's when he was shot. it all began on pier 17 this morning when police say the man stabbed a fellow worker at the pier. we don't know the condition of that victim. paramedics would not tell us. that man, according to police, apparently ran from the pier to the corner of davis and washington that's when police saw him and that's when the shooting began. we are waiting for the assistant chief to appear here at this crime scene. she will be here shortly to talk to us. we will keep you updated. >>> right now rowdy and bizarre protest going on at usc f mission bay in san francisco where students are turning to theatrics. amy hollyfield is live out
, i bet. >> and that is going to do it for us. world news is coming up next. and i'm cheryl jennings. >> and for everyone here, thank you. we leave with you a look at sky 7 hd. the fire burning in san bruno mountains. we're told no structures are threatened and firefighters are staying on top of it and we'll valentine latest at 6:00. >> we'll see you then.
jennings. oakland police want to find the gunman who left five people wounded. >> attack happened last night outside regal cinemas in jack london square. >> amy hollyfield is there. what is the city saying about this? >> reporter: the city is being quiet after a big shooting happened in a large crowd last night. we haven't heard back from the mayor's office, the police department or from jack london square. the people who live and work down here are talking about it. it is known for restaurants, bars and family events, not for crime. last night's shooting came as a shock. >> surprised. kind of a tricky area every time they start to build it up like nothing happens. there's a lot of empty real estate. it would would be nice to have it happen, sorry to hear about that. >> reporter: five people were shot in front of the regal cinemas around 9:30 last night. people who were here describe the scene as chaotic. >> bunch of kids going to see spider-man. car pull up and start shooting. >> reporter: then what happened? >> everybody start running and i hid and that was it. >> reporter: the victi
captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> good morning i'm cheryl jennings. kristen sze is off. massive search for child pornographers underway now in santa clara county. the largest in northern california history. katie marzullo joins us from san jose with the story. >> reporter: it is called operation chicken hawk. we are at one of 20 homes where search warrants are being served, right now. >> anything to say? >> reporter: we were there as police put the suspect at this location into the van. he and 19 others are accused of being part of a suspected khus ter trading online images, peer to peer of child pornography. the sergeant on scene tells me that creating, possessing and trading child porn are all crimes. police hope this sting will prevent worse crimes. >> our biggest fear is that people that are engaging in this type of behavior online might escalate and start to actually target the children in our community that is unacceptable just the possibility is not acceptable to us. >> reporter: this operation is being carried out by the internet crimes against children t
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